Srijit Mukherji 09/23/1977 , (46 years old) in Kolkata, West Bengal, India

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Srijit Mukherji (born 23 September 1977), is a film director and screenwriter who predominantly works in Bengali cinema. His first feature film Autograph (2010), was a critical and commercial success. His fifth film, Jaatishwar, won four national awards at India's 61st National Film Awards (2014). He won the National Film Award for Best Director and Best Original Screenplay for his sixth film, Chotushkone, at India's 62nd National Film Awards. His eighth film, Rajkahini had been remade by him into a Hindi film titled, Begum Jaan, starring Vidya Balan in 2017. His 2018 release Ek Je Chhilo Raja won the 'Best Bengali Film' Award at India's National Film Awards. He plans to make a film with each of the English alphabets and already made films with 22 English alphabets as of 2022. The missing four alphabets would be IQ and W.